Sat Jan 21 16:18:24 EST 2006
The SuperMan pages have been updated to Fedora Core 4. With this update the number of man pages grows to nearly 3000! Enjoy.
Wed Jan 11 08:45:16 EST 2006
In addition to the gzipped tar (.tar.gz) version of LinuxCommand.org for Off-line Viewing, there is now a zipped (.zip) version that might be of use to non-Linux users. You can download it here.
Wed Feb 2 18:32:47 EST 2005
Wed Jan 26 22:36:11 EST 2005
New lesson! Errors and Signals and Traps (Oh My!) - Part 2
Mon Jan 24 16:15:38 EST 2005
New lesson! Errors and Signals and Traps (Oh My!) - Part 1
Fri Jan 21 11:29:53 EST 2005
In response to many requests, I have created a downloadable version of LinuxCommand.org for off-line viewing. You can find it in the Script Library.
In addition, I have made some changes to the site's style sheet to improve the way pages look when they're printed. Enjoy!
Fri Oct 22 22:01:23 EDT 2004
I posted a special edition of the Rantings page in honor of the upcoming U.S. presidential elections.
Fri Sep 24 13:34:35 EDT 2004
Added an updated version of Norman Robinson's Reading Man Pages. Thanks Norm!
Thu Sep 16 10:52:41 EDT 2004
Updated the SuperMan pages to Fedora Core 2.
Sat Jun 7 20:32:35 EDT 2003
Massive update to the site today including a conversion of the site to PHP and new stylesheets. This should make the site more readable for most people but web browsers with broken CSS Level 1 support (i.e. Netscape 4.x) will no longer render the site properly. Sorry. All modern browsers (Mozilla, IE, Konqueror, etc.) will display the new pages correctly.
I am doing this to make the site easier to maintain and make writing new lessons less tedious. Enjoy!
Thu Feb 27 20:48:11 EST 2003
LinuxCommand.org is now mirrored at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria.
Sun Nov 17 13:26:23 EST 2002
With help from contributor Norman Robinson, I updated the SuperMan pages to Red Hat version 8.
Thu Oct 31 20:02:12 EST 2002
Reached an important milestone today - passed the 100,000th visitor mark! Thank you everyone!
Sun Oct 13 11:21:23 EDT 2002
Another lesson! Flow Control - Part 3.
Sun Sep 22 15:52:16 EDT 2002
Another lesson! Positional Parameters.
Sun Sep 8 19:29:34 EDT 2002
Another sharp-eyed reader, Gilles Pelletier, found some more typos. Fixed, and thanks!
Mon Jul 29 19:53:12 EDT 2002
Updated rh-errata (1.2.4) to be more aggressive about downloading files from busy FTP sites.
Wed Jul 24 20:54:52 EDT 2002
Many thanks to Nele Smeets, who by careful proofreading, discovered a bunch of typos in some of my recent lessons. They are fixed now.
Sat Jul 6 11:03:01 EDT 2002
Fri Jun 28 21:47:29 EDT 2002
New lesson! Stay Out of Trouble or your scripts will get you!
Sun Mar 31 15:21:54 EST 2002
Sat Mar 9 11:51:54 EST 2002
Released new version of the sf-tools package (1.0.0)
Mon Feb 18 09:27:35 EST 2002
Released new version of the misc package (1.1.0).
Sun Feb 10 19:23:01 EST 2002
Released new version of the new_script package (1.1.0).
Sat Feb 9 21:09:20 EST 2002
Sat Feb 2 13:53:13 EST 2002
Added script viewing to the Script library.
Sat Jan 26 17:56:53 EST 2002
Various site updates for Red Hat 7.2 support. Added copyright notices on the lesson pages.
Thu Jan 24 21:21:32 EST 2002
Updated the SuperMan pages to Red Hat 7.2. It now contains over 2200 man pages.
Mon Oct 8 20:46:29 EDT 2001
Thu Jun 21 19:58:41 EDT 2001
Fri Jun 15 21:25:00 EDT 2001
Thu May 31 20:35:39 EDT 2001
Sat May 26 14:19:09 EDT 2001
Added a link to Andamooka, an excellent free documentation site.
Sun Apr 1 13:03:42 EDT 2001
Also added a few additional site links to the Who, What, Where, Why page.
Sat Mar 24 13:21:10 EST 2001
Removed the diskcopy package from the script library and replaced it with Jogeir Lindseth's new floppytools package.
Sun Mar 18 13:32:02 EST 2001
Added a favicon to the index page. Konqueror (in KDE) supports this feature.
Released new versions of diskcopy (0.0.6) and sf-tools (0.4.1).
Tue Mar 13 21:13:44 EST 2001
Added link on home page to rants page and added this site news page. Also added some navigation links on the contents pages of both educational tracks.
Started using quanta + to maintain the HTML for the site. Early indications are that this is an excellent program.
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